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PETER D. SCHIFF is an American investment broker, author, and financial commentator, and was a candidate in the 2010 Republican primary for the United States Senate seat from Connecticut. He frequently appears as a guest on CNBC and Fox News, and is the host of the radio show and podcast The Peter Schiff Show.He is the author of the New York Times bestselling Crash Proof and Crash Proof 2.0, as well as The Little Book of Bull Moves in Bear Markets, which was also a Business Week bestseller.
Another great book by the Schiff! Longer book, goes in details as per his thoughts on the economy. Read if interested in neo-liberal economic policies.Published 9 months ago by John Johnson
So far so good, still working on the book so I cant give a full review as of yet. But from what I have read thus far it looks pretty good.
Great ideas ,some not possible to implement . I think he is spot on with the debt issues and the USA is in deep trouble when the printing(currency) bubble does burst.Published 13 months ago by Northern Man
Information is helpful to those who are not paying attention to the current and situation. Anyoone who is keeping informed will not find this book usefulPublished 14 months ago by George Neely
This is one of those books that you may have to read twice. Schiff walks you through his logic / analysis leaving it up to you to accept or reject his conclusions. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Jim Setla
This guy gives a no bull account of what is really going on in the economy and how to survive the coming crash. Read morePublished 20 months ago by chris
Everyone should read this book. This is exactly where the U.S. is headed. It will happen just as he predicts.Published 20 months ago by Thomas Zukow
The disturbing facts detailed in this excellent book are self-evident to anyone with a brain and an internet connection. Read morePublished 22 months ago by John R Francis
Peters solution to the economic problem is less government ,much less government and privatize just about everything and let the fittest survive . Read morePublished 23 months ago by Werner G. Matzeit